Job Description: Conducts new research related to visitor use of National Wildlife Refuges in collaboration with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, including supervision of programmatic operations (i.e., research design); prepares data sets and conducts data analysis in support of project goals; prepares refuge-specific summary reports for public dissemination; prepares presentations and presents findings at local, regional, and national meetings; reviews relevant literature in order to prepare manuscripts related to visitor use of federal public lands under changing social-ecological conditions; other duties as assigned. This position, under the direction of Dr. Alia Dietsch, will primarily support visitor management at National Wildlife Refuges (see, though research activities and teaching support related to other parks and protected area contexts (e.g., National Parks, local or regional parks) may apply. Click to apply.